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Key Points

  • You can use Access 2003 to publish your database information so that it is accessible through an intranet or the Internet.

  • With Access, you can export tables, queries, forms, and reports as static HTML pages, which provide a snapshot of some portion of the database at one point in time. You can also write VBA code that manipulates Access data as it creates HTML pages.

  • You can also create Dynamic Web pages, of which there are two types: Data access pages, with which users can directly manipulate data in your database; and Active Server pages, which are stored on a network server and generate different views of the data in response to choices users make on a Web page.

  • You can add a PivotTable or PivotChart (an interactive table or chart that is linked to a database) to a data access page and publish it on the Web, making your data available for people with the appropriate software to analyze in various ways.


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